What is client-server technology?

The organization of software adopted in modern networks is called “client-server” technology. The program “client” and “server” establish communication with each other, and each of them performs its own part of the work of serving the user. The client program prepares the user’s request, transmits it over the network, and then receives the response. The server program receives the request, prepares the response information and sends it to the user. At the same time, programs use common protocols, that is, they communicate with each other in the same “network language”.

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